I finally have enough kludgery in my reboot script to reboot
the system fast, now when I install an update I get a
systemctl restart rpcbind.service
command run from DNF hanging for several minutes before
the dnf update can proceed.
I have a linksys router model WRT160NL but the range is too short. I
experience many situations where the connection is dropped when the
distance from the router is more than 25 feet. What is the recommended
router when it comes to signal strength? I would prefer one which can be
flashed with dd-wrt.
Thanks in advance
Hi guys! I wanted to be more productive with my work. I once has use some
apps that can track my daily usage but I forget the name. I want to have
that kind of software or any other alternative. Do you have suggestion for
I swapped a hard drive from a failing HP DV9000 to a Toshiba satellite
pro A210. Before doing so, I removed the nvidia drivers and switched to
nouveau. The unit boots up and works fine; however, I get the following
error messages on boot:
[0.037000] Mp-bios bug:8254 timer not connected to io-apic
[1.526038] ata1: softreset failed (device not ready
When I attempt to either shut down or reboot, it switches from the gui
to a black screen with either "reboot" or "shutdown" on the top left
hand corner and simply hangs there. The power button has to be held down
to shut off the notebook. I'm not sure how to solve this issue. Some
googling results in feedback stating it is an acpi problem solved by
adding acpi --force to the boot parameters?
Any clues would be appreciated...
I have several machines in my lab, all of them running Fedora.
Some of the have both SSD and non SSD drivers.
Since the setup is dynamic (sometimes I transfer disks from machine to
machine), there are cases that the SSD drive is one machine is
disconnected/moved to a different machine, and the boot is done
from the other non SSD driver (on which also Fedora is installed).
Is there a way to know whether to boot was done from SSD or not ?
(I know I can try to read the product name of the device from which
boot was done, but in many cases this is not enough to know straight
away whether it is SSD or not.
The great wall Won't permit ssh tunneling. I would suggest OpenVPN with http encapsulation.
Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone
> Op 2 sep. 2016 om 13:16 heeft Frederic Muller <fred(a)cm17.com> het volgende geschreven:
>> On 08/31/2016 10:48 PM, Sherman Grunewagen wrote:
>> I may soon be living in China, and wanted to ask those
>> with experience what VPN they've found that
>> works best to get through the GFC. I've done some research
>> on my own, and one name keeps coming up---ExpressVPN. But
>> I would like your opinions, esp. as it relates to Fedora.
>> (I'm running 21.)
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> Weekend is coming and I am a bit more available to reply. While I agree
> with Patrick about not running an outdated OS I think best is probably
> to use a server yourself and do ssh tunneling. Well that is if you have
> a server (as in VPS?) somewhere outside of China. Then you can find
> program such as elhttp which runs on your server, doesn't take much
> resources and helps you to tunnel your web traffic. On Fedora you can
> use a GUI (unmaintained though) application such as GSTM (you'll need
> gaskpass as well as a dependency).
> And you'll be all set!
> Hope that helps.
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I may soon be living in China, and wanted to ask those
with experience what VPN they've found that
works best to get through the GFC. I've done some research
on my own, and one name keeps coming up---ExpressVPN. But
I would like your opinions, esp. as it relates to Fedora.
(I'm running 21.)
I wonder if you had a chance to use virtfs with passthrough in qemu?
I have a host that passes through a directory to a guest, in the guest I can mount the tag successfully and list the content of the mountpoint, but when I try to create a file or make a dir I get "permission denied", but... I can remove files/dirs - is this not weird?
I believe I've fished out all denials and also with disabled silent denials I do not see anything.
I wonder if somebody can comment whether it is selinux problem? I'm on Centos 7.2 with elrepo's kernel 4.7.
I'm now on my 4th attempt? Student had this little machine, and wanted to try
linux on it.
Seems to boot fine from the USB with the image, and runs the install fine,
and reboots from installed system fine as well.
After the first time, it seemed to have gone into Hibernation.
When I rebooted, it got to switching to root, and nothing.
Second attempt after wiping disk went as well, and was running the dnf
update, but college internet went down, so shut system down. Again, restart
seemed to hang with switching to root.
At this point, have it installed, and it has now downloaded all the updates,
and is dogint the upgrade of 1169 items. Hopefully, it not lock up on the
reboot. Just wondering if there is something that I might be missing. Am
using the 64bit version, and system currently has 1G of Ram and 140G disk?
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Hi! I have a head scratching problem with a project (clhep) that i try to package.
It is cmake based and the spec file can be seen here:
the error that i get is :
Found '/home/adrian/rpmbuild/BUILDROOT/clhep-126.96.36.199-1.x86_64' in installed files; aborting
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.tOmNW2 (%install)
i imagine that it is a problem of setting the buildroot but have no idea
how this translate to cmake settings ..
What is the proper way for packaging cmake projects?